The 2012 Volkswagen Eos has a sleek and stylish profile, highlighted by a swept windscreen, slim roof pillars to ensure high visibility in all directions, and a line of bold body-muscle that starts at the front wheel arch and sweeps back all the way to the rear light. To see the five pieces of steel and glass roof of electro-hydraulic operation 2012 Volkswagen Eos in action is like watching a mechanical ballet. In the 25 seconds it takes to lower the top, the five elements form a compact ‘sandwich’ stack neatly and elegantly on top of each other to take up minimal space inside the trunk. The same mechanism is activated from the front seat of a lever of pressure and retention under the center armrest. Thanks to the way the mechanism works, the roof can be opened or closed in most garages.
The 2012 Volkswagen Eos hydraulic control system across the top of the deck folded roof deck, along with the trunk lid, back. Then the side roof rails of the windshield frame slide back too. The roof and rear roof are completely lowered to the rear of the car, while the roof rails slide into separate cavities (covered by lids) near the rear side window. In total, the SPRT 2012 Volkswagen roof comprises 470 components, including a pump electro-hydraulic eight-cylinder beneath the tailgate behind the spare wheel.
The 2012 Volkswagen Eos folding roof unique feature is its sliding glass sunroof that is integrated into the metal roof of the car. At 44 inches wide and 22 inches deep, is much larger than a traditional sunroof. With the push of a button, or you can tilt, partially or fully open. There is also a, manual sliding sunshade integrated to reduce glare. All Eos models come standard with a sound system with eight full touchscreen technology speakers with HD Radio quality image, a six-CD changer in the dash, and Media Device Interface (MDI) with iPod ® cable for smooth navigating playlist, albums and more, plus Bluetooth ® connectivity.
Standard equipment with the new top of the line 2012 Eos Executive is a premium sound system with 10 speakers from Danish hi-fi specialist Dynaudio. This system offers up to 10 channels a true 600 watts RMS without generating unwanted in the vehicle structure vibration, setting a new standard in 2012 Volkswagen Eos.